For an authentic taste of Cuba, you only need to travel as far as Huntington Station.
The local butcher shop that could.
In this Southold restaurant, a painstaking application of Italian traditions to North Fork produce.
The new wave of seafood.
A high-wire culinary act that never falls. • Photographs by Doug Young
A devotion to mussels.
A patriarch, an Irish brood and a homegrown chef make pub food sexy.
Cross the threshold at Roots Bistro Gourmand, and it is clear that chef co-owners Philippe Corbet and James Orlandi encourage a new vernacular to describe their work—and, they enjoy upending culinary norms.
Chef Steven Scalesse shows off a new look for local favorite, Tullulah’s.
Since he was a little boy at his great-aunt Rosie’s Christmas Eve feasts, chef Steve Cardello has lived for the food that gathered his family together. He recalls his relatives cooking and enjoying the fruits of their labor on many occasions, the dinner table always a centerpiece to his memories, and the food they shared, a staple in his upbringing.
Enjoy the clams and please don’t rev your engines.